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Graduate student guide to resources and research methods for mathematics education.
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Education-Focused Databases

  • ERIC (EBSCO)
    ERIC is the largest database devoted to education (1910 - present). To focus your search try limiting to either TI Title, or perhaps AB Abstract, or even SU Descriptors. You may also want to limit yor search by checking the box that limits results to "Peer Reviewed" articles. Another cool trick - if you need articles that report original research in education - limit the "Pulbication Type" to Reports - Research.

    The free U.S. government version of ERIC is available at https://eric.ed.gov/. Be sure to switch to "Advanced Search" mode when using the free version.
  • Education Full Text (EBSCO)

    This is a smaller, but often more current, database devoted to education. To focus your search try limiting to either TI Title, or perhaps AB Abstract, or even SU Subject. You may also want to limit yor search by checking the box that limits results to "Peer Reviewed" articles. If you need articles that report original research in education - you'll have some success by adding the word "study" to one of the search blanks and limiting to AB Abstract.
  • Education Index Retrospective (EBSCO)

    Great way to look for historical material (back to 1929). To focus your search try limiting to either TI Title, or perhaps SU Subject. You may also want to limit yor search by checking the box that limits results to "Peer Reviewed" articles.
  • JSTOR

    Another database for locating historical material (back to ~ 1890). Be sure to "narrow by discipline." When you first arrive at JSTOR, scroll down the page and check the box labeled "Education".

Math Education Research - Survival Guide

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